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New Conditions For Players Banned For Cheating At 'Fallout 76'


The company behind "Fallout 76" recently banned a wave of players from the game for cheating with third-party modifications. Banned players received an email from the company informing the player they can appeal their ban. In order to appeal the ban, the player would need to write an essay explaining why "cheat software" is detrimental to online games. The email doesn't specify exactly what software leads to a ban. Affected players are pushing back against the assignment. "Fallout 76" has been steeped in controversy since its launch in November. Players reported game-halting bugs and customer service issues.

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